CNNS was a great success! 80+ attendees, 10 contributed talks, 11 posters, and 3 excellent keynotes. see you all next year!
Vanessa Ceja and Mehdi Orouji *officially* join the lab!
welcome to PhD student Kimia Yaghoubi!
welcome to rotation students Shaida Abachi, Vanessa Ceja, Shaurov Das, and Mehdi Orouji!
we continue to prep for the Computational Neuroimaging and Neuroengineering Symposium, next month here at UCR.
Megan spends 2 weeks in Japan at ATR visiting collaborators in the Department of Decoded Neurofeedback.
Megan teaches at the Computational Sensory Motor (CoSMo) summer school with Larry Maloney, hosted by Konrad Kording, Gunnar Blohm, and Paul Schrater.
with Brian Maniscalco, Brian Odegaard, and Jorge Morales, Megan receives a subaward via Duke University SSNaP from the Templeton Foundation for the collaborative project titled "The functions of consciousness: on the initiation of action".
paper with JD Knotts and Hakwan Lau is accepted at Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics!
Olenka, Tammi, and Kendrick join the lab!
Megan & Brian Odegaard teach a workshop on computational modeling at the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) annual meeting in Krakow, Poland. Megan also gives a talk there.
Megan receives a UCR Omnibus Travel Only Award to present the project titled "Decoding the neural correlates of objective versus subjective perception using human intracranial electrocorticography" at ASSC.
Megan receives a UCR Regents Faculty Fellowship for the project titled "Cross-Species Universalities in Uncertainty Computations".
Megan chairs the UC Systemwide Bioenginering Symposium Neuroengineering track here at UCR.
Megan gives a talk at the COSYNE workshops in Breckenridge, CO.
Megan receives a UCR Teaming Mini-Grant with co-PIs Xiaoping Hu, Aaron Seitz, Ed Korzus, Eddie Zagha, Khaleel Razak, and Amit Roy-Chowdhury, for the project entitled "Southern California Computational Neuroimaging and Neuroengineering Symposium". we'll run the symposium in the fall here at UCR.
Siva joins the lab!
this is the very beginning of the lab!